Jakob Schubert won the men's lead title on the last day of the World Championships ©Getty Images

Austrian Jakob Schubert and Seo Chae-hyun of South Korea won the gold medals in the men's and women's lead competitions to end the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) Climbing World Championships in Moscow.

Schubert took the men's title, after both him and Slovenia's Luka Potocar, who won silver, reached the top hold.

Gold went to Schubert thanks to his better placement in the semi-final.

It was Schubert's third title and an improvement on 2019 when he finished third.

Britain's Hamish McArthur, who was the top qualifier from the semi-finals, reached past the 46th grip to win bronze just ahead of Czech climber Martin Stranik and Japan's Tomoa Narasaki who both reached the 46th.

Germany's Sebastian Halenke, Yoshiyuki Ogata of Japan and Italy's Stefano Ghisolfi completed the top eight.

Seo was flawless in the women's lead competition, finishing best in qualification and the semi-finals before winning the gold.

American Natalia Grossman and Laura Rogora of Italy both reached the top in the semi-finals, but could not replicate this in the final having reached the 37th grip.

Grossman reached the point 39 seconds in front of the Italian for the silver.

Austria's Jessica Pilz was fourth one grip behind and Brooke Raboutou of the United States was fifth.

Completing the field from the final was Japan's Natsuki Tanii, Dinara Fakhritdinova of the Climbing Federation of Russia and Salomé Romain of France.

Slovenians Lucka Rakovec, Vita Lukan and Mia Krampl all missed the final despite being some of the top qualifiers.